The Great Breakup of 2015
Back in the days of iOS 2.0, getting libraries to work was hard. The fewer libraries you had the better, most apps used all of it, and a "kitchen sync" approach made a lot of sense.
Since then, DCAKit has had 8 major versions, and grown to a size that not everybody uses the same parts anymore. And the Swift and Xcode tooling is now stable enough that the hassle of multiple small libraries is less of an issue.
As such, we're going to break up DCAKit into a series of microlibraries for better modularity.
GCD+DCAis now called DCADispatchAdditions.
NSURLSession+Synchronousis now called SynchronousRequestKit.
- There will someday be a DCAFoundationAdditions and DCAUIKitAdditions as a grab-bag for Foundation/UI related functionality, respectively
ErrorOris deprecated; use throws intead
- DCAKit will continue to be updated strictly for compatibility reasons, but you should migrate out to the appropriate microlibraries soon.